TRITT & TRITT
12361 LEWIS STREET, SUITE 101
GARDEN GROVE, CA 92840
Phone: 714 939-6999 714 939-6999
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The Orange County paternity lawyers at Tritt & Tritt have been helping clients and practicing family law for over twenty years. We are here to assist you through the process of establishing parental rights when there is a dispute. Call us today to discuss your unique situation.
Tritt & Tritt Family Law Attorneys help people with the complicated, adversarial battle of paternity. Tritt & Tritt have more than twenty years of experience protecting the legal rights of
family members involving paternity.
If you are involved in an Orange County paternity suit or know of someone else that needs help, contact Tritt & Tritt to discuss your legal needs.
Establishing Parental Rights
Tritt & Tritt Family Law Attorneys know that paternity cases occur when a child is born in a relationship, but the partners were not married to each other. Often in a paternity lawsuit, child support is being sought and/or child visitation and custody rights are also being sought by one of the partners (or former partner).
California paternity cases also happen when unmarried domestic partners split up. Often times we find a couple has given birth to a baby and needs to sort out their individual rights and
obligations under California paternity law and custody codes by filing a complaint to establish parental relations. Seeking paternity rights is a legal action in California Superior Court that will
determine parental rights, child support, child custody, child visitation and time-sharing arrangements.
Tritt & Tritt Family Law knows that not all paternity actions involve unmarried individuals. In some cases involving married couples, the issue may arise as to whether the husband is really the child’s father. In these types of cases, establishing parental rights may be complicated and time consuming. Where the parents married when the child was born? Should a blood test be taken to establish the biological parent? Has someone voluntarily claimed paternity? In other instances involving non-married partners, were the individuals properly registered as domestic partners?
Tritt & Tritt Family Law Attorneys have been helping clients and practicing family law for 26 years. We are here to assist you through the process of establishing parental rights when there is a dispute. Call us today to discuss your unique situation.
Do you have questions about our services?
Contact us at 714 939-6999 714 939-6999 or via our contact form.